Kelly Land

Graduate of Indiana State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-TV-Film and a Communications/Journalism minor.

Over 7 years on-air radio experience with the majority being in a morning show setting at a classic rock station (AOR). The last station she worked at was her favorite job ever in radio. (WZLS 96.5 Asheville, NC)

Currently, she works at home with great success researching "work at home". She started working at home full time in 2002.

Her website, was created in 1999. It is considered one of the top work at home resources on the internet. Featured in national women's magazines and in newspapers. She was recently part of an expert work at home panel for Woman's World magazine. receives over 150,000 unique visitors each month and the weekly work at home newsletter has 10,000+ subscribers. Her goal is to help women find online jobs or careers from home that suit their personalities and lifestyle. Whether that's actual employment or starting a home business. The site is filled with ideas, reviews, job postings and more.

Kelly has written about all things work at home and how you can earn online.

She has a very successful section on her site filled with NO Fee work at home jobs and opportunities.

Kelly has written for women's magazines as well.

Her newest blog, is enjoying a growing readership and internet presence.

Kelly has two children. A 25-year-old son, and an 19-year-old daughter.

Originally from Terre Haute, Indiana - they moved to the small mountain town, Weaverville, NC in early 1995 and love it.

Kelly is also an animal lover. Her family includes three kitty cats.

"I love working at home. I love writing. The internet has been a fascinating world to me since I first logged on back in 1992!! (I know....ancient!)

I am thrilled to share what I find regarding work at home with others. I know what it's like to want to be home with the kids - and it's tough out there wading through all the work at home blah blah. New sites go up every day....and many offer no content, no real solutions or ideas.

My goal is to continually set apart from the rest. It's a true labor of love." -Kelly